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Geingob Wins 56.3% of Vote in Namibia’s Presidential Election

“Namibia’s incumbent President Hage Geingob won the country’s election with 56.3% of the vote, the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN)…

Ruling Swapo’s Two-Thirds Majority Broken

“Swapo Party has lost its overwhelming parliamentary dominance after gaining 63 seats in the National Assembly election – just short…

Readers from 33 countries

Today our readers come from Canada, USA, Ecuador, Portugal United Kingdom, France, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Bulgaria, Iran, Kazakhstan, India,…

Namibia goes to the polls

“On 27 November, 1.3 million Namibians will go to the polls for the sixth elections since independence in 1990” source:…

Readers from 29 countries

Today our readers come from Canada, USA, Argentina, Spain, Netherlands, Italy, Russia, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, South Africa,…

Readers from 28 countries

Today our readers come from USA, Indonesia, Singapore, India, Nepal, China, Kazakhstan, Finland, Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Algeria,…

World’s largest underground lake lies under Namibia’s desert

“Namibia is famous for its wildlife and deserts; less well-known, however, is that it is home to the largest underground…

Namibia has the world’s largest underground lake and it is not for the faint-hearted

“Dragon’s Breath Cave was discovered in 1989 by the South African Speleological Association. It is located in the Kalahari Desert where…

Why the Dragon’s Breath Cave in Namibia is so special

“One of the treasures Namibia holds that is often forgotten is the Dragon’s Breath Cave.” source: https://www.gondwana-collection.com/blog/why-the-dragons-breath-cave-in-namibia-is-so-special/ You may also…

Readers from 32 countries

Today our readers come from 32 countries, namely: Canada, USA Chile, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Cameroon, Namibia, Tanzania,…

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